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Differences Between Small Cell and Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Lung cancers fall into two broad categories, small cell and non-small cell. Of the two, non-small cell is more common, accounting for 85 percent of cases. In this video, Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD, explains the key differences between the two types.

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